I am currently working on building a case that the Canadian Provinces - specifically mine - are contravening the Health Act that we have in Canada. The Provinces are responsible for administering the Act which basically states that all Canadians must be given proper treatment for their health issues. My contention being that CCSVI is a recognized condition, the testing for the condition is by way of equipment in daily use in our hospitals, and the treatment is similarly available for the condition.
I would like as much info as possible re. the US medical insurance situation - maybe there's a web-site, or if I can get individual cases (not including personal info) of how / why your private insurer paid for testing and treatment, and how difficult was it to get the insurer to agree to pay -was this a result of getting a good referral from your doctor ? The way I see it, if you can get "an insurer" to pay up for testing / treatment, there should be no reason why my Canadian Medical Health Care should deny it.
Gratefully thanking you.